This sweet one BDRM house in Ballard is full of eclectic antiques and period charm. It has a new luxury king size bed, a lovely garden, and it is perfect for quiet, mature visitors.
This is a cozy house that sits up off the street with a large, with a nice backyard. Please note: there is a totally separate mother-in-law apartment (also a vacation rental) located downstairs. To honor my commitment to my downstairs guests, this listing is suitable for quiet, mature and respectful guests only. It's perfect for those who are looking for charming, comfortable and low-key accommodations or who plan to be out and about a lot. It is NOT conducive to those looking to entertain or have a real lively time of it in their temporary home away from home. Sorry!
Guests have use of the backyard. There is street parking out front, so while there isn't a dedicated parking space for you, there is usually street parking available either directly out front or very nearby.
This house is located in the lovely and quiet area of Whittier Heights in Ballard, situated between three great neighborhoods: downtown Ballard, Phinney Ridge and Greenwood and close to Fremont. The house is within a lovely stroll to award winning restaurants, bars, cafes, bakeries and delis on 70th Street and 65th Street.
I am four blocks from Delancey's (amazing pizza), Essex, The Fat Hen and Honore Bakery. All voted top restaurants and bars. You can even take cooking classes at the Pantry at Delancey (but you must book early because they sell out!). It is a quick jaunt by bike or car to the Ballard Market (a really great grocery store), Safeway and Trader Joe's. Greenlake is a mile away. If you are a runner, walker or blader, you'll probably want to check it out! The Woodland Park Zoo is also close by and Discovery Park and Golden Gardens are also exquisite places to check out and not a far drive.
There is free street parking directly out front. Car-2-Go, Zipcar, Uber and Lyft are also a popular options in Seattle. I am 4 blocks to the #28 bus and about 6 locks from the Rapid Ride D line. Both buses go downtown.+ More